How much do YOU think you know about sexuality and sexual fantasy? Here’s a little quiz from chapter 1 of The Fantasy Fallacy: Exposing the Deeper Meaning Behind Sexual Thoughts…
True or False?
T F 1. The Sexual Revolution of the past 40+ years is all about sex.
T F 2. The church does an adequate job of teaching Christians how to appropriately assess and discuss the topic of sexual fantasy.
T F 3. All fantasy is inappropriate, unhealthy, and sinful.
T F 4. Sexual fantasy and lust are the same thing.
T F 5. Christians control their sexual thoughts and actions better than others.
T F 6. Sexual fantasies provide a road map to the sexual fulfillment we crave.
T F 7. Sexual fantasies are better left unspoken and unexplored.
T F 8. Sexual fantasy is really just the brain’s way of driving us to do evil things.
T F 9. Anxiety, confusion, or fear over sexual fantasies is not a common issue.
T F 10. Interpreting sexual fantasies isn’t going to solve any of the world’s problems.
Stay tuned for the answers to these questions in upcoming blog posts!
1. The Sexual Revolution of the past 40+ years is all about sex. False.
The Sexual Revolution actually isn’t about sex at all. It’s about broken people using other people, desperately trying to medicate their own emotional pain through sexual acts. It’s about loneliness… isolation… rejection… insecurities… co-dependency… selfishness.
God’s intention for sexual intimacy is to provide a wonderful way for two people — forever committed to one another in a marriage relationship – to give to one another through intense pleasure… passion… affirmation… tenderness… mutual trust… mutual euphoria. Just think of what the world would be like if we were to experience that kind of constructive sexual revolution instead of the destructive one we’ve experienced!
Stay tuned for more answers to these questions in upcoming blog posts!